InvisibleShield has long offered some of the best smartphone screen protection on the market, and they’ve recently announced new offerings for all iPhone 12 models. The InvisibleSheild GlassFusion VisionGuard+ with D3O is $59.99, while the new GlassFusion+ with D30 is a bit less at $49.99. In both cases, the new D30 technology makes them stronger and more protective than ever.
Two Zagg brands, InvisibleShield and Gear4, have products that will not only keep your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G protected from drops and scratches, they’ve also been given an anti-bacterial treatment that can “kill up to 99.9% of common surface bacteria.”
InvisibleShield describes their Glass Elite for the Google Pixel 3a, and I assume other smartphones, as, “Our strongest screen protection ever.” I don’t know if that is true, but I do know that it is the easiest screen protector install I have ever done. The $39.99 screen protector is also crystal clear and maintains the screen’s touch sensitivity.
I stopped wearing my first generation Apple Watch a few months after getting it. My 4th generation Apple Watch with cellular connectivity is a different story. I wear it every day, and it’s beginning to show. When I noticed a few small scratches on the screen, I knew it was time for Invisible Shield’s glass+ 360 for Apple Watch Series 4.
You’d truly be surprised the amount of time we spend looking at our devices. The longer we do, the effects of overexposure to the blue light can become a problem, and luckily today, InvisibleShield’s here’s to help us out.
The average American spends roughly 11 hours staring at a screen, with about 62% of that being that smartphone in your hand. So InvisibleShield has been working on a solution to “blue light exposure”.
I’ve always been a fan of Invisible Shield’s screen protectors. They’ve come a long way since I reviewed my first product from them. The new Glass+ 360 takes things to even greater heights. The system, and it is a system, delivers complete front, back, and side protection without adding weight or bulk to your iPhone 8, 8 Plus of X.
While Judie was at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, she got to see the newly announced Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+. They look great! It is no surprise then that InvisibleShield and mophie are rolling out accessories that will make Samsung’s new flagship phone even better.
While at CES, I had a chance to pick up one of the new Zagg InvisibleShield Glass Curve Elite screen protectors for the Samsung Galaxy Note8. The first thing I did when I returned home was to slap it on my phone, and I’ve got to tell you — it’s one of the nicest I’ve tried.
ZAGG’s Invisible Shield is a market leader when it comes to device protection. Today they announced their new InvisibleShield Glass+ Luxe 360 for the Apple iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. The new offerings promise to provide total protection to Apple’s iPhone 8, iPhone 8+ and iPhone X. Their years of experience have led to these offerings.
With the launch of the InvisibleShield Screen Guarantee Plan ZAGG just gave mobile device users a shot of confidence they never imagined. In a first-of-its-kind offering, ZAGG will now offer consumers a reimbursement of up to $100 toward the repair of their mobile screen IF their InvisibleShield fails to protect it from a crack or shatter. They promise no hassle, no questions asked and no deductible. Can it be? Apparently yes… it can.
In anticipation of Apple announcing the new crop of 2016 iPhones in just a few days, ZAGG, one of our favorite smartphone accessory companies, has announced two new products. The sub-$40 Glass+ and the $49.99 Sapphire Defense screen protectors offer great screen protection at an affordable price.
If you have one of the new iPhones on the way you’ll want to check out some of the great accessories ZAGG has to offer. From screen protectors to cases, comfortable great-sounding earbuds to go-everywhere keyboards, the ZAGG website is a one-stop shop for new or not-so-new iPhone users. Let’s check out some of the great items they currently offer.
I didn’t plan to order an Apple Watch, but that subtle pull toward all things Apple finally became too strong. I ordered the mid-tier model because I wanted the sapphire crystal, but having an extra layer of protection over the vulnerable glass is always a good thing. That’s why I’m glad ZAGG just introduced their InvisibleShield HD for Apple Watch. The new product offers “High-Definition Clarity and Ultra-Durable Protective Film Protects the Apple Watch from Scratches and Impact Damage.” Considering the price of even the least expensive Apple Watch the $14.99 product is a good insurance policy. The InvisibleShield HD…
The beautiful screen on the iPhone 6 isn’t as large as the iPhone 6+’s but it is still more glass than iPhone users have experienced. Both my iPhone 5S and my Sony Xperia Z2 screens were saved by tempered glass screen protectors; I was happy to immediately install a ZAGG Invisible Shield Glass for iPhone 6 on Elana’s new iPhone.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 has a huge beautiful screen that puts the iPhone 5S to shame. I was worried enough about protecting mine that I kept the protective shipping plastic in place. It reduced the clarity and touch sensitivity but helped guarantee the screen stayed safe until a better option arrived; the ZAGG Glass Screen Protector is that better option.
The HTC One’s slick aluminium design looks great, but it doesn’t take much time in the real world to pick up scuffs and scratches if you go caseless. Enter the ZAGG invisibleSHIELD, a product designed to keep the slim profile, but not leave you completely unprotected. The ZAGG invisibleSHIELD Full Body for the HTC One is made up of two pieces of adhesive rubberised film, one each for the front and back. Included in the “kit” is a small spray bottle of distilled water, a squeegee and a microfibre cloth for getting your device clean. Straight up I decided not…
When getting a new device, I always like to protect it from scratches, both front and back. Screens have become a lot more durable on high-priced devices, but even so, I get nervous. Further, some of these devices have high-gloss screens that can be hard to read because they are highly reflective and show fingerprints and smudges easily. ZAGG has been in the business of protecting mobile devices for several years now and have released a new version of their well-known InvisibleSHIELD for the iPad. The InvisibleSHIELD is available in two versions: front (screen) protection only and all-body protection. ZAGG…